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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
amex, company card, discover, master card, visa
Price Range
$$
Neighborhood
Downtown Menlo Park
AKA

Oak City Bar and Grill

Categories
Bar & Grills, Bars, Taverns, Family Style Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Bar & Grills

Price Range : Average

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mefell

08/02/2007

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Overall
Sit at the bar!

Oak City is a great neighborhood restaurant. We have been going for years, and are regulars. We like to sit at the bar and eat as do many other people. Most of the people who sit at the bar, eat at the bar. Some won't eat there if they cannot sit at the bar. It is great fun and you get to know a lot of people. One of the reasons we keep going back is the food. It is always delicious and the chef's specials are wonderful. Try it, and sit at the bar!

bbulkow

08/02/2006

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Upscale, but not over the top

Oak City caters to the somewhat prosperous business comunity, and does a good job. Wood fired pizza, duck, pasta, all well done in a reasonable atmosphere. If you never leave the house in jeans, drive a boxter, get your hair cut every 3 weeks, and like decent taste, this might just be your place.

noefoodie

01/28/2004

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Overall
average food

The service and ambience at Oak City is wonderful. The staff is attentive but not overbearing. The room is elegant and quiet enough for conversation.

But the food is just average, at least for lunch. It's not bad, just nothing special. I had cornmeal crusted calamari ($8), which was tender and not too chewy. I also had the portobello pizza with truffle oil ($9). There was literally one slice of portobello on each slice of pizza. Most of the entrees were around $9-10 at lunch.

It's a fine neighborhood restaurant but nothing to go out of your way for.

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